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Whether you call it a tuque, a bobcap, or just a plain beanie, the knit cap has been the go-to headwear for working guys since ships had sails. Spur your inner stevedore with this knit watchman’s cap, designed to keep you warm in winter without making a scene. Because we can’t imagine Ahab in a hunter’s cap either.
It kept my head warm all winter and was small enough that I could stick it in my jacket pocket when I wasn't using it. Definitely worth adding to your winter gear collection.4
This hat does a great job keeping my head warm, but I have found that it is a bit itchy and feels too tight - like it'll roll off of my head.3
Having a German jawline, I've never been one for skull caps and knits. However, this is a well made and perfectly fitted cap that goes with anything - dressed up or down. After this brutal winter, it certainly came in handy and was a welcomed item in my Birchbox.5
Good basic wool watch cap. Sits a little high on the head but very warm. Definitley looks good with a pea coat or hoodie.4
I wore this hat all winter long. It was warm, comfortable, stylish and I received many compliments. I also love that I got a $25.00 in a box for which I paid $20.00.5
Warm and well-fitting. Minimalist in style. A true classic knit cap for winter. I expect to be wearing this cap for years to come.4
Ever since I was a boy, I've worn hats like this in the winter. This was a pleasant surprise in the monthly Box, and one I've used regularly in rotation with other hats of similar style (but different color). Particularly good for those of us who keep their hair short even in the colder months of the year.3
This hat is incredibly warm. No frills to it and fits quite snugly. I highly suggest it.5
i lvoe this cap...it came at the right trime and kepes my ears, face and head warm...great material. big big fan.
My fiance got the light grey color. I laughed because he called it a "tobagan". He got a lot of use out of it since we had a harsh winter.5